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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 9, 1977
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jgrfo*' Pforoo-Tribune Logansport. Ind. Sunday. October «.H77 Badgers Record Fifth Victory Tippecanoe Valley Still Perfect IH V < f ^E i MABlSO.N", Wis. IL'PI) Reserve quarterback Charles Green passed for one touchdown and ran for another Saturday to lead (he Uacigors tn their fifth win in a row this season, a I'M) victory over Illinois. The Badgers, ranked 2tnh among the (op college loams Die past two weeks, play second- Minnesota Beaten By Iowa IOWA CITY. Iowa lUPl) Dave Holsclaw kicked four field goals to set records [or Iowa and Kinnick Stadium Saturday, as the Hawkuycs !>eal Bi^ Ten rival Minnesota lH-«. Two r>I the field goals came in the second qarter. breaking a scoreless first quarter performance by both teams and giving Iowa a 6-0 halftime lead. Holsclasv's first score, a :i3-yard boot, capped a -17-yard, tl-play drive and gave Iowa a :!•() lead with 3:25 left in the naif. The second was an IB-yard kick that came as the clock ran out in the second quarter. Holsclaw tied the Kinnick Stadium record set by Ait/»oa four years ago with his third field goal — a LN-yanter lhat came with »:(W left in the third quarter. The old Ha'wkeye mark was set by Nick Quarlaro in the season finale last year at Michigan State. Hoisclaw's •record-breaking fourth field goal came with 7:36 remaining in the game. The only other Iowa score came with 2:45 left in the third period, when quarterback Tom McLaughlin found winghack Jesse Cook on a 27-yard touchdown pass. ranked Michigan next at Ann Arbor. Illinois, 1-4. travels to Purdue. ' Only two interceptions marred the performance of (Irccn. who started in place of Anthony Dudley, out with a sore- back from the Northwestern game. The Illini failed to score on the I'.udgw defense following each mistake. Interceptions, fumbles and penalties again plagued Illinois. Badger safely Greg Gordon intercepted a pass by Illini quarterback Kurt Stegcrori the second play of the third quarter. Four plays later. Green, a fi- fooi-2. 1115-pound junior from Mobile. Ala., ran 12 yards to i score. The Badgers completely dominated the play in the first half. They gained a total of 2BK yards, scoring two touchdowns on a fumble and interception by Illinois to lead 2U-U at the half. With less than a minute left in the first quarter, fresh/nan defensive end Dave Ahrens recovered a fumble on Wisconsin's SB-yard line. Reserve fullback Tim Halleran scored from the 1-yard line nine plays laler. By JOHN DA VIS Staff Writer MENTONE—The gecen and gold of Tippecanoe Valley romped to its seventh straight victory here Friday night. • The Vikings stunned the Caston Comets 42-8 before a rain drenched homecoming crowd. The contest featured 1-oganland's -premiere scorer. Jeff Shriver, crossing the goal line four times and a Viking onslaught of 305 yards rushing. .Shriver wasted no time in showing the Cornels why he entered the contest with 85 points, as he rushed for touchdowns in. the first half from three, 14. 1'.! and 55 yards oul. His first half slats showed n rushes .for 145 yards. He ended the nighl with Ititt yards on IS carries. Caston was unable to counter the Shriver scoring.attack and at half found itself (railing by 2<> points. Shriver went oveer the first time from three yards out polishing off a SB yard drive in seven plays at 7:2f> in the opening period. His kick at ihc extra point failed, but he was hack in (lie endzone at :57 in the first stanza with a 14 yard touchdown run. A Hi play drive in the second period ended on a 13 yard run by Shriver and the senior running back made it 24 points in the first 24 minutes • -with 1:19 remaining in the half when he electrified the crowd with a 55. yard jaunt. . , , ; Steve Moss picked off a Ray Rockbill pass in (he third period 10 slop a Viking drive and the Comets were able to slay within 2fi as the fourth quarter began. Bui a Comet Jumble on their own 44-yard-linc was scooped up by Rockhill al 11:27. and the crafty senior scampered to' paydirt. Craig Morris ran over for the conversion and the score stood :M-O. . ' ••'.;. . • • V .,'•' "Tippy Valley wasn't through yet. as'Rockhill dropped back to pass, saw an ,opening, and darted to daylight and six more points at 7:44. The 2" yard run' •made it 40-0 and Bill Jamison- added two irjore with a running conversion.- f ' The Vikfjs had allowed only- seven points in their first six games, and it appeared that they would shutout the Comets. ' But lightning struck with ; 1.-24 remaining when a fumbled snap from center fell into Ih'e arms of Rich Carrnichael. and-,- the Cwnet junior (raveled 65 yards untouched. . CarmichHei hit Chris Thomas with the .pass on the conversion and the score ended 42-8. Tn addition to the-168 yards totaled by Shriver, Rockhill rolled up 86 yards. Moss was.the leading-rusher for-the Comets with 34 yards in 14 carries. Rockhill hit on five of his lu passes for 77 yards, while .his counterpart." Carmichael.' connected on his final five passes of ihetiight for a five for 10 night and 26 yards. Caston was able to pick'off one Viking aerial and four-Caston, Tippecanoe Valley fumbles in the cold, rainy weather, while the Vikes reco'vered one Comet fumbie. The 42-8 victory leaves Tippecanoe Valley with 287 points scored and 15 points allowed. number one in each category' in Loganland. The Vikes now stand 5-0 in the Three Rivers Conference and 70 on the year, while Caston drops to 2-:i in the conference and 2-5 on the year, .Both teams will meet conference foes next Friday, as Tippecanoe Valley travels to Manchester, and Triton visits Caston Tippy Valley Knicks Trade Frazier To Cdvs Summary ' '000 a- B II M « W— 42 Stats C*slon 4 54 . 26 "80 10-5 1 1-1 7-25 TV » 365 77 «42 10-5 o Kirs! fohs-yr Passing Return Pass Punts Fumbls-lst Pnlts-yr downs ynts yards ill e K-25 53 IS 13—4-2 7-42.3 2-2 7-SS Wis 28 ,n-w- 148 31 17-11-2 3-39.0 2-2 5—H Illinois 0 0 0 0-0 Wisconsin 317 6 0-26 Wii-re Veilli 2 Wis-llallcran I run iVeitli kicki Wis—Ctuirh-s -t pass from Gnfn iVeitt; Kick i Wis-l-Ti Vfiih -13 : Wi>- Until 1'- run ipa.is [ailed i A-T3.W! CLEVELAND ilIPIl - The NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday swapped the rights of veteran guard Jimmy Cleamons, who became a free agent at the end of last season, to the New York Knicks for (he rights to 10-year veteran Walt -Clyde" Fra'zier. Neither player, however, has signed with either club, according to Bill'.C.Titch', general manager-coach of the Cavaliers, who said Fra/.ier still has three years remaining on his current pact with New York. "In my opinion. 1 feel (hat he (Frazier) is still one of the premier guards in basketball." Fitch said. "1 feel that he has a good future ahead of him and 1 hope, he is welcomed in Cleveland the way we have welcomed past stars such as Nate Thurmond and Lenny Wilkens.. . "If he gets that kind of support, he may do even better in Cleveland than in New York," Fitch said of the 32-year-old Frazier. who sel the tempo for two Knicks' championships in the 1970s. Fitch declined to . reveal whether the Knicks will pay part of Fra/.ier's $*»,000-a-year .contract.- . • " In Cleamons. the Knicks will be acquiring a 28-year-old playmaking guard who has shown steady improvement in his five years with the Cavaliers since being obtained in a 1972 trade with the Los 'Angeles Lakers. The 6-4, 185-pound Ohio Slate University graduate couldn't crack the Laker hackcourl of Jerry West and Gail Goodrich, but he blossomed with the Cavaliers and developed a reputation as a "heady" floor leader. ;His career scoring average-is approximately only half that of Frazier's, -but he played on -a team that traditionally spreads out the scoring among its players. Cleamons is expected to sign with the Knicks for more than • $200.000 per season. Frazier's acquisition means- there arc nine backcourl men on the 1 Cavs'- roster, and the current 15-man squad'inust be sliced to 11 for the cluKs home opener Oct. 18 against the Chicago Bulls. Frazier, one. of pro basketball's most charismatic performers since he joined the Knicks in 1967 aficr leading Southern Illinois to -the NIT Championship, was selected to the NBA Ail-Star Game seven consecutive ..seasons beginning in 1970 and was named to the NBA All-Defensive Team seven times. First Downs Yds Rushing Yds Passing Total Off ens* Passes-Comp Intercepted By Fumbles-IxKt Punts-Avg. 7-25 <M) Penalttes-Yds. £» ,7-75 SSeoring l TV— Shriver, 3-yard run, <kick (ailed) TV— Shriver.' 14-yard run, (run fatted) TV— Shriver, 13-yard run, (R. Rockhill run l TV-Shrtver, 55-yard run. (pass failed) TV— R. Rockhill. 44-yard ran on fumble recovery, (Morris runl TV-R. Rockhill, 27-yard run, (Jamison run) C-Carmlchael, 65-yard run on fumble recovery. (Thomas pass (rom Carmichael) Cougars Defeat Tri-County Minn Iowa Clinton Central Routed By Falcons First dimus Ku»hcs-y,-inls Passing j-aniji Return yards Passes ' Pimls Fumhles-losl II M-lil Us •i •a 7D-24.T i.Vi ^ ll-K-0 F.--a-l> PcnaHics-yards Minnesota Iowa Iowa- KG Iowa -PC low.i-FG Iowa-Cook Mcl-iujihlin Minn— Kailcy Averv (pass Iowa -PC A-57,460 llolscLw Holsciau' llnlscliiw 27 1 kick 30 failed! Hoist-law 8-35..I •(-:I 3-51' 000 0 6 9 11 18 it pass (aiWl pass '2« •t— .'JT.. 1 ) fi-:i S-71 6- 6 3-18 from from CHALMERS—Frontier got back on the winning track here Friday night. The" Falcons blanked Clinton Central. 21-0. Kick Brummett got Frontier on the board in the second quarter on a two yard run and then booted the extra point for a 7-0 halftime lead. Ken Banes went 49 yards with an interception in the third quarter and Mark Hendryx scored on a five yard run in the fourth period."while Brummett ran the Alexandria Loses ToBegals, 7-0 conversion. Brummclt had 154 yards in 2<i carries. The Falcons are 2-4 for the year and host West Central Friday. Summary Clinton Central , 0000-0 Frontier 076 8-21 Stats ' Front CC FirstDowns • H 8 Yds Rushing 206 93 Yds Passing 00 Total Offense 206 93 Passes-Comp l-fl W Intercepted By 1 " o Fumbles-Lost 2-1' • £3 Punte-Avg. 3-24 4-35 Penalties-Yds. .4-40 4-50 . Scoring F-Rick Brummett, 2'run (Mills kick) F—Ken Banes, 49 pass Int. (kick failed) F—Mark Hendryx, 5 run (Brummett run) WOLCOTT-Carroll put itself squarely into Ihe Midwest Conference race here Friday. Carroll knocked off league leading Tri-. County 2H-14 here Friday night taking advantage 1 of four recovered fumbles and some long touchdown runs. . . Tony Dowden carried the ball 2« times for the Cougars gaining 257 yards including touchdown runs of 40 and 90 yards. His last TD came in the fourth period with 3:40 left in the game. Jeff Salsbery scored first for Carrollin the intital periorl on a 22-yard run. Al Davis ran the conversion for an 8-0 lead. Dowden got loose for his 40- yarder. but the -run for the 1 conversion'failed; . Tri County countered with Gary Barbour running 14 yards. Gary North ran the conversion for a I4-B halftime margin. Salsbery also scored in the third period for the Cougars on a run of 13 yards and Dowden ran the conversion. Tri County's Dave Moseley ran a kickoff back 90 yards for a Tri County record and the pass failed. It was the sixth kick or punt return for a TD for Tri County this year. Dowden ended it with a 90- yard run. Barbour led Tri Counly with 69 yards ; in 12 carries. Justin Hensler led' the Tri County tackling with 10 solos and nine assists. Randy Williamson had seven tackles and six assists as well as causing three' fumbles and coming through with four sacks. Carroll is now 4-2 for the year with a 2-1 league record. • It plays North White on Friday in the last conference game and can at least tie with a victory. Tri County is no* 4-3 overall and also 2-1 in the league.. It will close league play Friday at South Newton. Carroll Tri County Summary Stats 868 6-28 0 8 60-14 Zebras Top Tigers Car 6 360 20 380 TC 12 143 0 143 4-0 0 7-4 3-37 4-fiO FirstDowns , Yds Rushing Yds Passing Total Offense Passes-Comp 4-1 Intercepted By 2 FumblesSLost W Punts-Avg. 1-35 Penalties— Yds. - 3-35 ••'-., Scoring C- Jeff Salsbery, 22 run .( Al Davis run) , ••-,'.. C— Tony Dowden, 40 run (run failed) TC— Gary Barbour, 14 run (Gary North run) C-Salsbery, I3run (Dowden run) TC-Dive Moseley, 90 kickoff . return (pass failed) C— Dowden, 90 run (runfalled) KOKOMO-Rochcster shut out Northwestern 1:1-0 here Friday night. The Zebras broke open a o-O Summary Rochester Northwestern 006 7-13 0000-0 Stats h N' R o C FirstDowns 13 Yds Rushing 172 ,YdsPassing 41 Passes—Comp 4-2 Intercepted By 0 Fumbles—Lost 4-3 Punts-Avg: 3-33 Penalties—Yds, 4-46 Scoring • R-Arnett3ydrun(kickfal!ed) R-Sislngi-r l yd run (Bmglle kick) - , W 6 63 23 6-2 2 4-3 3-21 1-5 deadlock at the ftalf to score touchdowns in each o! the final periods for the victory. Tom Arnelt scored for Rochester on a three-yard run and the kick for the PAT failed. Lee Sisinger then scored in the fourth period on a one-yard plunge and Jerry Single kicked the PAT for the final score. Rochester is now 5-2 for the year and will host Bremen on Friday in a Northern Lakes Conference same. . GET ACQUAINTED 6% Annual Percentage Rale • LOAN THIS IS ALL YOU PAY FOR A SIGNATURE LOAM OF UP TO Si500.00 FOR AS LONG AS 90 DAYS OTHER TYPES OF LOANS MAY 8E OB- TAINEO UP TO $32.500. ONLY ONE 6°= LOAN 'PER .CUSTOMER. MIDLAND GUARDIAN CO. 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